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Rwanda ready to send troops for UN mission in Sudan

Rwanda is ready to send troops to Sudan to be part of a UN mission planned for the country now a peace settlement has been signed to end a 21-year civil war, a military source in Kigali said. “Within the framework of the UN Mission in Sudan, Rwanda has been asked to provide a 200-man strong company to establish the UN headquarters” in Khartoum and the main southern town, Juba, a senior army officer told AFP. “The government of Rwanda agreed to the request and we are supposed to prepare troops,” said the officer, who informally speaks for the central African country’s army. “The indication is that they would leave, or that part of the company at least, would leave 45 days after the mandate is given,” he added. Full Story

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